Friday, May 19, 2017

The Continued Adventures

Last weekend was a blast. I love going back to Houston, especially when the weather is as nice as it was then.

And Hiren and I started it right, with lunch at Moon Tower Inn. As you can see, we covered all the major food groups:



Comicpalooza was as big as ever, and the literary track seems to grow every year. Vijay Kale and Tex Thompson did incredible work to put together some of the best panels yet. And if you ever get the opportunity to see Tex moderate, absolutely do--she's a moderator, and her enthusiasm feeds both the panelists and the audience.

Also! I had the honor and privilege of giving a talk on The Song of the Dead and doing a signing of all three books in the trilogy at Murder by the Book, one of Houston's best independent bookstores and one with a great focus on genre fiction.



They still have signed copies of all of the books in the series, so if you missed the event, check them out! Though you may run into this little guy:



Meanwhile, in cyberspace, Chuck Wendig hosted me for a quick overview of some of the things I've learned in writing the end of the Recoletta series. It's been a fun, busy week, and the party is coming soon to Borderlands in San Francisco! More on that soon.

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